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Deep fighting discussion going on. Do we or do we not have
Deep fighting discussion going on. Do we or do we not have to have our driver's license with us at all times, and present it if requested?I posted the law that said we do and someone else posted the supreme court ruled that unconstitutional.Is this true?Next question is how is this going to relate to having to pass a drivers test? Does this mean anyone can start driving on the roads with no testing? OMG, I'm terrifed NOW, if no one has to learn anything I'll be even more terrified.Plus, next question is....does this mean there is no longer a minimum age? So 10 year olds will be able to get on the roads?Appreciate any answers you can give, thanks. It's hard to argue with the supreme court thing, but maybe you could help with the other questions.Thanks.
I have a friend in Ocala, Florida, 90 years of age. His doctor
I have a friend in Ocala, Florida, 90 years of age. His doctor notified the motor vehicle bureau that due to his medical history, she recommended that he no longer drive. The genteleman is a WW11 veteran, very active and still capable of driving. He had to go to Gainsville for most of his check-ups and drove there and is still driving there (40 miles away from him). However, as of the 9th of January, they will suspend his license. He had to get his medical records to the Motor Vehicle Bureau in Tallahasee, FL, which he did. However, he is asking them to please give him a driver's test before they take away his privilege to drive. What can you recommend? Of course, after 37 missions in the Air Force, he has medical problems, none of which effect his driving. Driving, especially in his local area, is independance for him, and it is causing him much distress. The reason I am sendin this out is because he no access to a computer. Thank you in advance for any help you can offer. Marie Illuzzi ***-***-****. His number is ***-***-**** or his mobile phone is ***-***-****
I used to live in mi. I got my 2nd dui in mi 5 years ago. I
I used to live in mi. I got my 2nd dui in mi 5 years ago. I now reside in tn as of 2 years ago. The laws in mi. Are different in the process of getting your license back. I have no violations on my driving record since the dui 5 yrs ago and I have taken the written drivers test and passed, but the state of mi. Has a hold on my drivers license until I complete their requirements. We're do I go from here I am willing to hire and pay an attorney. Pls help
I was at the DMV and they forced me to reveal information about
I was at the DMV and they forced me to reveal information about my mental health that I was not comfortable revealing. I am now being forced to retake a drivers test. Is there any sort of legal action that I can take?This is because I feel as though my rights to privacy were violated and am being treated as a second class citizen.
I received a pbj for a dwi offense about 2 years ago and received
I received a pbj for a dwi offense about 2 years ago and received 2 years supervised probation, and 3 years unsupervised (in MD). About 2 months ago I was pulled over and charged with a DWI. While I am claiming innocent my trial is in late January. The police took my photo driver licens and issued me a paper license. I am moving to FL this week and want to get a FL drivers license. Will my paper license or my past pbj be a hinderance to me getting a FL drivers license?
My friend lived in Missouri with a Mo. drivers license, but
My friend lived in Missouri with a Mo. driver's license, but got a DUI in Kansas. Their license was suspended and an interlock installed on the car for a 2 year period. After a year and a half, they have moved to Nebraska. Can they get a Nebraska driver'slicense to drive without the interlock?
Am I wasting my time trying to get CA DMV to reimburse me forView more legal questions
Am I wasting my time trying to get CA DMV to reimburse me for costs associated with a wrongful license suspension? In Feb 2010, the DMV requested my doctor to fill out medical forms for the DMV to assess that I was safe to drive given prescribed meds. I sent in all the paperwork via Priority Mail with confirmation. I have those receipts. I heard nothing from the DMV afterwards. Fast forward to September 2012, my DL expires on Sept 6. I go to DMV to renew and was told my license was suspended in March 2010!!! Needless to say I, I couldn't believe my ears! I call DMV, explain that I sent the forms and proceeded to fax them a copy of the forms along with the confirmation receipt. Basically in no words say" not our fault". Have new medical forms filled out. My doc is now on a two week vacation. I do have a job that requires driving 30 miles each way. No public transportation. I call my family as I still cant believe the situation. My Dad, who is 73yo, flies from NY to CA two days later to be my driver. I now have an expired and suspended license. My primary doc fills out the new forms after his vacation , charges me $160 to fill them out. Dad drives me to work , drives back himself and again 8 hrs later to work and back with me. Going thru gas like mad. DMV eventually asks for an interview. I go in and have my interview. Again , no responsibility for " losing my paperwork". Now I have to take a drivers test ( not written ). The soonest date within aXXXXXis 2 weeks away. We book it. I pass it. Now I get to go to DMV on Tuesday to get a paper license until hard card comes in mail. I now have a license suspension on my record. They said they can't remove it. I am going to look at my DL record to see if points were added and my car insurance jacked up because of this. Any thoughts? Suggestions? I took three days off work, plane fare cross country on very short notice, extensive gas use, etc. What would you do?
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